Hendricks County Flyer, Avon, IN


February 5, 2013

Youth Sports Updates




The Warriors recently defeated Tri-West 59-42. Winning by pins were Ty Mills, Carson Waddell, Caden Hubner, and Bryce King. Winning by decisions were Thomas Long and Nik Johnson. Winning by a major decision was Asa Garcia. Winning by a forfeit was Mason Noe, Jace Heitkamp, Cameron Shearin, and Brandon Stultz.


The Warriors recently lost to Lebanon 79-42. Winning by pins were Ty Mills, Jace Heitkamp, Caden Hubner, Bryce King, and Jesse Vondersaar. Winning by decisions were Asa Garcia and Thomas Long.




Plainfield Community Middle School


Seventh-grade girls’ basketball

The seventh-grade basketball team recently defeated Brownsburg West with a score of 31-23.  Samantha Olinger and Indy Peters each scored eight points.

The seventh-grade basketball team recently beat Greenwood 33-11. Samantha Olinger led the team with 11 points.


Eighth-grade girls’ basketball

The eighth-grade girls recently beat Brownsburg West 50-15.

The eighth-grade girls recently beat Greenwood 50-25.



The co-ed Quaker swimming and diving teams recently beat Beech Grove. The boys beat the Hornets 129-51 and the girls took first with a 141-45 win.

The boys’ team swept the 200 and 400 freestyle with Jackson Deal, Curtis Cloud, Barrett Noggle, and Caleb Smock posting the wins. Chaz Rhodes earned first in the 100 back and 100 free. Logan Andre won the breaststroke. Other boys’ wins of the night came from Joe Klinger, Connor Stinson, Bradley Byford, Weston Whyde, and Derek Wright.

First-place wins on the girls’ team were posted by Kamryn VanWanzeele, Riley Lautenschlager, Leah Wurtzel, Ashley Snoke, Bianca Gomez, Rachel Graves, Rachel Jones, and Allyson Carroll. Alyssa Laser and Kaitlyn Ross contributed to first-place relay finishes and posted strong second-place wins in their individual events.



Avon Middle School South


Seventh-grade girls’ basketball

The seventh-grade girls’ basketball team recently lost 37-11 to Paul Hadley.


Eighth-grade girls’ basketball

The eighth-grade girls’ basketball team recently lost 38-19 to Paul Hadley.

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